Let's start with Vuforia .It's a SDK for Augmented Reality which allows to project an object in Augmented reality scale within a given range or width where we can utilize the space to our liking.
Using Unity we can customize the Vuforia SDK to shape our scene according to our needs.
The process starts with creating an App key at Vuforia that needs to consumed in Unity then we declare the surface area image in Vuforia portal with single image and download asset as unity package.
Now we need to save the SDK package also for Unity
Add the objects and animations compile it for Android on Intel Architecture
Now we need to download the Unity SDK for Vuforia 5.5
After that we need to add the license key save it so that you can use it in Unity scene.
Give the app name , select devices mobile, license key starter and then click on next.
In the next step when you get the key save it.
Next step is creating the database.
Then we manage the image targets where we will be projecting the scene name it as images_targets.
Now we need to add target image choose a type as single image.Then browse the file name it as Stones.jpg with width being mentioned then click on add
We will have to download the dataset as unity package
The same is shown below
Create a new project in Unity and import the package
After creating the scene we have to add the packages for development one is the Unity SDK and the other is the image target that we have created in Vuforia portal.
We will import assets from asset store
1) We have used Fantasy Spider 1.1
2) Red Samurai 1.0
The Scale of both assets should be 0.5
Now we have to customize the Image targets that are the objects we want to project in the area these should be the child of Image_targets.
We need to add the app license key in the AR Camera
And after that we have to get to the Database load behaviour we need to add a tick to
We go to Build setting and then compile the scene for android architecture and as we want for both ARM as well as Intel devices we select device filter as (ARM + x86) for build now we can deploy the app in your Intel based phone an check the magic created
With Vuforia we can create many such amazing and cool Augmented Reality Apps for Android Platform with Intel Architecture.
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